Monthly Archives: October 2009

Beyond criticism?

The former chairman of Human Rights Watch, Robert L. Bernstein, criticises the organisation’s reporting from the Arab-Israeli conflict, in a recent op-ed for the N.Y Times. Although one may disagree with Bernstein’s views, it is interesting with an open discussion … Continue reading

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The interdisciplinary human rights seminar

On October 14, Ph.D. student Andrea Karlsson presented the plans for her coming dissertation, which concerns the role of intellectuals in establishing freedom of religion and minority rights in Turkey. Two more seminars are scheduled before the end of this … Continue reading

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Aaron David Miller

On October 1,  the Centre for Middle Eastern Studies and the Human Rights Centre co-hosted a lecture with Aaron David Miller. Dr. Miller became a Public Policy Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in January 2006, where … Continue reading

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